About your Search

20131028
20131105
STATION
MSNBCW 18
MSNBC 16
CNNW 9
KPIX (CBS) 7
CNBC 3
KNTV (NBC) 3
LANGUAGE
English 59
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 59 (some duplicates have been removed)
on the tax policy. all of a sudden under the rules of the senate you need a supermajority to pass tax increases. if you're a pro choice woman especially in light of the fact that with a current make-up of the supreme court, you be concerned you're going to lose your right to access and safe abortion. so, again, the fact of the matter is, you know -- >> connect those dots for me, though. connect those dots. is the argument this? that if you muck with what the current filibuster rules are, you essentially begin to slide down a slippery slope, which will mean in the future republicans will muck with it in all kinds of radical ways? >> exactly. you're playing the long ball. if you're the democratic leadership looking out for the institution as a whole, you've got to be concerned about what may occur in the future. because after all, you know, you can't guarantee -- >> in the minority some day. >> yeah. you can't guarantee. >> here's the problem with the argument. right now, we seeing violations of all kinds of norms. the amount of filibusters has spiked. you have a crazy situation which r
the treasury department showed a combination of more revenue like taxes and less spending. that led to a gap of $680 billion. guess what. it takes revenues and spending cuts to cut the deficit. they ought to work together on that. $2.08 billion is how much americans are spending on candy for halloween this year. never mind the declarations for the national retail federation. they expect an additional $2.6 billion on costumes and more people in my neighborhood i swear do halloween decorations than for the holidays. 75 days is how many we have before the primary for the special election for the late bill young and florida primary will be key to see the better position for the march 11 general election. the special election of one of the most competitive seats left in the house of representatives. 16 is how many democratic women senators all in fact signed in a private letter to hillary clinton urging her to run for president in 2016. they spilled the beans about it and a list in new york on monday, sources say barbara boxer led the effort that included other names mentioned as candidates inclu
and generate a tax base so that you can take care of the less fortunate but the real key and it's not popular thing to say but you have to have the wherewithal. these people who are willing to think outside of the box and try new things and start new businesses and take risks if you're going to have a future otherwise you do the same thing. if you do the same thing, we know where that ends. not prettily. >> you also have talked about how it's very important for a city like new york to have a bunch of very rich people so you can tax them. >> sure. >> you're unapologetic about that. >> the fact of the matter is a small percentage of the people pay the taxes. if you don't want tax revenue, you can lose those people but if you want to have ability to go and invest in infrastructure and invest in cultural institutions and have social programs that can really help people who are less fortunate, you have to have the dynamic drive, the people that are creative and the revenue. that comes from people who do well and in our city the poor actually are a little bit better than the poor in other big citie
for the subsidy and then once we reconcile these records, they get taxed the money back off of their refund. and so this is what i mean when i say rude awakenings. people are signing up for insurance. they're getting tax credit subsidies funded by taxpayers. the irs is already telling us they're confused about how to do this. you're not telling us whether or not you're proactively determining whether, say, an under 26-year-old is actually eligible for the subsidies you're trying to sell them and the problem is once we learn whether or not they were eligible and if they weren't, people in good faith will be signing up for subsidies that they're not eligible for. >> i think you're asking a different question, which is are we doing 100% income verification on everyone. >> and subsidy eligibility verification. >> yes. so part of the question in the application process is are you depending on your parents, on your parents tax plan so that is part of the questioning that goes on and if so we move them in that direction. more importantly, part of what you're asking is the income verification, whic
affordable health care as everybody else. a hot of people will qualify for new tax credits under this law, that will bring down costs even further. so that if you lose your job, or you start a new business, or you're self-employed or you're a young person trying several jobs until you find that one that sticks. you're going to be able to be insured. insurance that goes with you. and gives you freedom to pursue whatever you want. without fear that accident or illness will derail your dreams. this marketplace is open now. insurance companies are competing for that business. the deal is good, the prices are low. but let's face it, we've had a problem. a website hasn't worked the way it's supposeded to. over these last couple of weeks. and as a consequence, a lot of people haven't had a chance to see just how good the prices for quality health insurance through these marketplaces really are. now ultimately, this website, healthcare.gov, will be the easiest way to shop for and buy these new plans, because you can see all these plans right next to each other and compare prices and see what kind
capability back in the early '80s, and it proved a remarkable decision on his part. >> and to cut taxes. >> and cut taxes at the same time. so i'm not opposed under certain circumstances to running deficits. the debt is another problem and we've gotten to the point now where especially because of entitlement programs but because there really hasn't been much done in the way of trying to restrain spending, we now have trillion dollar deficits every year and a $17 trillion debt we are passing on to our kids and grandkids. that concerns me. >> a lot of economists look at the debt and say a lot of the reason for the debt, in addition to the entitlement programs you're talking about, are things that you and president bush did in terms of funding or not funding the iraq and afghanistan wars, in terms of the medicare prescription drug benefit and in terms of the tax cuts. are you and president bush not also responsible for the deficit? >> well, in terms of prescription drug benefits for seniors, that's something the president campaigned on before i ever got involved. i think it was a good prog
for young people. >> i vote for the tax, yeah. as long as i know for sure it's definitely going toward that program and definitely going toward that cause then, yeah, i'd pay for the tax. >> sugar is terrible for you and everyone drinks sugar all the time. i feel like people would stop drinking sugar y sodas if they were 24 cents extra. >> the idea would need support from the majority of supervisors to get on the ballot. similar measures were defeetd last year. >>> and protesters plan a rally today against another one of scott weiner's proposals. this time, the supervisor wants san francisco parks to close between mid niethd and 5:00 a.m.. the idea is to stop vandalism and theft. protesters say the plan targets homeless people. today's rally will be at noontime at city hal. >>> celebrity chef guy fierri took the stand against bay area teen accused of stealing his lam boar gee knee. max is accused of repealing into a san francisco car dealership in 2011 and stealing the $200,000 car to impress a girl. fieri spent five minutes on the stand yesterday telling the court he never gave permis
, coming up. >>> imagine paying your taxes by the mile. the government charging you based on how far you drive. the new proposal. we'll tell you about it. who? not so much. my customers can shop around. but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can make better health decisions. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. #%tiaintroducing cardioviva: the first probiotic to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels without a prescription. cardioviva. >>> time now for a political gut check of the morning. the white house is reviewing all u.s. surveillance programs after reports national security agency was spying on some 35 world leaders and the top senator on the senate intelligence committee says he is totally opposed to that surveillance and that data collection will not continue. cnn's chief national correspondent john king is here to talk more about all of this. it's pretty interesting where things have gotten with this spying controversy, john. the white house is
penalties from a tax refund, but if you aren't owed anything, the irs' options are very limited. why? congress banned the irs from using its usual techniques to force people to pay the penalty when it passed the affordable care act in 2010. >>> we have a chilling story out of colorado. police this morning searching for a predator who snatched a little girl from her bedroom in the middle of the night. authorities say the man pulled her through the unlocked window but the 8-year-old fought back courageously breaking free. her father heard her screams and ran outside to help her. he tells police he saw the suspect speeding away in the alley behind the house. >> we are treating this matter extremely seriously. we think there's a predator out there and he has to be stopped and he has to be caught. >> all the apartments on this block, it had to be somebody they knew, to know which room she was in and all that kind of stuff. >> investigators say they do not believe this family was specifically targeted. they did release a stretch of the suspect and they're treating the case as an attempted
to stay in network. great plans. by the way, what about when you're going to get taxed for the golden plan? you're paying $20,000 a year-plus. but now we're going to tax you because you're paying too much. >> what's interesting, senator, is the fact that i think over the last couple of weeks, going on to a month, mainstream media is kind of waking up to this. i think the story that only six people signed up on the first day came from cbs news. a lot of people are going we really believed this guy, but maybe we shouldn't have. >> can you imagine? at the end of the day 47 people, and they're saying hundreds of thousands of people -- >> it's the volume. that's what broke it. the volume. >> right. you know what it is? it's just this idea i'm going to do it my way. it's the old story of power. absolute power corrupts. so when the democrats controlled both houses overwhelmingly, they didn't look for compromise. they didn't look to involve others. they jammed it through. now they're paying the price. they're not. the american people are going to suffer. >> i read a lefty blogger somewhere on the
bit more. san francisco supervisor is pushing for a new tax on each can or a bottle of soda sold here in the city. >>> more than a thousand people are expected to march to the sonoma county sheriff's office in santa rosa today to protest the shooting of 13-year-old andy lopez. kpix 5 reporter is live there and, kate, this is expected to be the largest demonstration yet. >> that's right, michelle. there is a lot of discontent towards law enforcement in this community. today, nearly 1500 demonstrators are expect today pack on the pressure at yet another rally. as you -- as this is going on, we're also learning new details about the sheriff's deputy who shot andy lopez last week. he's identified as 48-year-old gelhaus. hees been with the sonoma county sheriff's department for more than 20 years. gelhaus is also a field training officer and firearm instructor. the sheriff's office says his deputies feel terrible about what happened. >> horrible tragedy for all involved. >> gelhaus is a veteran of the iraq war and contributor to several gun web sites and mack sooens. meanwhile take a look
us it wasn't a tax when it was. how many times did he tell us you could keep your insurance when you can't. this is an epidemic of dishonesty. and yet reporters won't report it, and poor ed schultz is saying that it's just so positive that nobody dares talk about it. >> bozell is wrong on all accounts. across the board he's wrong. hannity has now been reduced to defending junk insurance policies. and i wonder if he knows that most junk insurance policies only last about a year, when people actually figure out they have been hoodwinked into a policy that doesn't cover snot. that's why obama care is good. sean, i know, it's probably a little over your head. but i'll give it a shot again. a few weeks ago, i asked sean hannity to go face-to-face with me in a debate. instead of accepting what he has decided to do, this is his -- comes back with a challenge, he's playing clips of my show in his media clip or whatever, in his segment. look, i'm about the truth. and it would seem to me that if i'm wrong on these things, that handy would want to go face-to-face with me. i mean, you know, i'm
businesses are going to be taxed heavily. that small businesses are going to see their rates go through the roof, and they're going to have to let people go. >> well, the fact is that anybody under 50 employees, they don't have to do anything if they don't want to. but folks under 25 employees, we're urging them to check object th on this exchange, because they could get some tax credits and they might be able to provide affordable health insurance for their folks at a lesser cost than what most of them are doing right now. >> so how could 400 businesses in kentucky have it wrong? why don't we have 49 other kentuckies across america? well, it's obstruction. that's the story on the ground in kentucky. but this is the story in washington. >> when it it comes to jobs, some have called the law the single biggest detriment to job creation in america right now. >> part-time workers, the poor, pay still have no insurance, but now they may have no job. >> jobs are being lost, premiums are going up. >> the real problem is we're driving everyone out of the individual market. >> it's time to revis
're going to visit the wedding tax, next. ♪ nothing says, "you're my #1 copilot," like a milk-bone biscuit. ♪ say it with milk-bone. we've always been on the forefront of innovation. when the world called for speed... ♪ ...when the world called for stealth... ♪ ...intelligence... endurance... affordability... adaptability... and when the world asked for the future. staying ahead in a constantly evolving world. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. that's the value of performance. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. >>> welcome back. in the crossfire tonight, former governors richardson and bob ehrlich. let me share the president's halloween tweet -- don't let anyone scare you out of gettin
are not going to pay for the insurance in other states. we pay money for our federal taxes, we're going to get that back. you look at states like texas and texas is going to have all those texans paying for the insurance in california or in michigan? i don't think so. it's a great 2014 issue for both congress and for democrats running for governor. >> that's not the case. texas is not expanding their medicaid rolls. they're not giving them away because they're not expanding the rolls which is care cost for them, and you know the obama care only pays the bills for a short period of time. 90% but they don't pay the whole thing. again, you're asking people to expand the role of government, and in texas, they don't want to do that. they want to have private sectose sectors -- >> so they'll give those away. the texans pay those taxes. >> those tax dollars are not paying for obama care. >> let's not just talk about the expansion of medicaid, though. i think it's very easy to lose me and a lot of our viewers here. keep it to the big question, which is, how did this get botched and what are the conseq
voters are going to be deciding on bond measures and sales tax increases. in this graphic you can see the counties in which you may get some sticker shock when you get your property bill or when you go to check out if you are not careful. be sure to check your ballots if you live in those places. in particular, even bankrupt stockton is asking its res tents d to pay more in sales tax from 8.25 to a 9% sales tax estimate today bring in $28 million a year. however, the most interesting ballot measure goes to sunnyvale. pro-gun control advocates there have put a measure on the ballot that prohibit having magazines on their gun that can hold more than ten rounds of ammunition. this is a huge fight on both sides. this will be the one to watch in the bay area. >> that's here in california. how about outside? are there other interesting things going on election-wise? >> absolutely. in new jersey voters will be decide to go raise minimum wage to $8.25. in new york state voters are going to be deciding whether to allow gambling casinos to be built. a total of seven with four in upstate new yor
the case like the grimes campaign did, a state that takes in more federal money than it pays back in taxes damaged kentuckyians. statewide you can run that way. but these house districts it's hard to sell that story. >> david ignatius people talk about the republican party. there's so many different republican parties. i talk about, you got the governors. and the success of the governors that they've had. then you got basically the senate wing of the republican party and then the house wing of the republican party. and what works for one definitely doesn't work for the other and certainly what works for some house members actually undermines presidential candidates who have any, any dream of being able to compete with hillary clinton. >> we'll see if the chris christie wing of the party, the party that will talk about how to govern and make a big state like new jersey work if that gets traction. one of the things i've been following the last few weeks is the backlash in some hard line republican house tea party districts against those tea party hard liners. for example, justin amosh from m
, the republican position, this no revenues thing, even if it's revenues to stop massive tax abuse, massive tax evasion, that kind of position in the end that leads us to cutting food stamps. today it starts. big cuts for the poorest people in the country, day after halloween. you are getting millions of people cut today on their ability to eat and feed their kids. why? because they are standing up in congress, still. don't make the banks pay taxes. don't make google and amazon and apple pay taxes. let them keep their money. >> i understand. let's talk -- let's talk about the big issue. >> it's collapsing. >> let's talk about the big issue and i think we agree on this. by the way, i agree, we shouldn't slash and burn the 12, 13, 14% and leave the big entitlement systems out of touch. you have harry reid asked in an interview about medicare and social security. he said why do you keep bringing it up? you are obsessed with it. we are not going to do anything on those. we are not going to touch those. that's where the long term -- if we want to save america from debt, that's the long term fix. >>
wiener wants you to pay almost a quarter more for a soda, a new tax on every can or bottle of soft drink sold in san francisco. >>> and protestors plan to rally against another one proposal. this time, the supervisor want san francisco parks to close between midnight and 5:00 a.m. that's your news. we got your traffic and weather for tuesday coming right up. >>> good morning. we have a couple of problemming on 680. these accidents have now cleared. unfortunately bust remain including southbound 680 by crow canyon and stacked into danville and continuing further south, your ride slows. a multicar crash is now out of lane in andrade road. the bay bridge toll plaza backed to the maze, 20 minutes to get you onto the bridge. that's traffic. >>> a lot of cloud will start to break up throughout the day. temperatures are going to stay on the cool side. mostly cloudy skies. as we look towards the mountains, pleasant with 40s and 50s. by the afternoon, clouds will begin to break up a little bit but temperatures will be cool, 50 coast side, 60s elsewhere
. in fact, the majority of them will qualify for tax credits or subsidies to bring the cost down. so they will be paying less for better coverage. >> quickly, did the administration over-promise when they said repeatedly if you like your plan you can keep it? >> well, it was unfortunate language. because the president nor congress in this law can really control the insurance companies that well, that effectively. they control the health care system in many ways. they're able to get away with this, and they are, as we're seeing. >> right, it was a promise that they're seeing they could not themselves keep. wendell potter, thank you very much. >>> all right, congressman barney frank's name was brought up, cited as the authority, the man supporting the bill. but that is not exactly the case. he will be here to react coming up next. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at
, and the rest of us pay for it in our premiums and in taxes. and the mandate requires a basic principal of insurance, basically, which is everybody gets insurance, so you spread the risk and begin to bring the cost down. that's what happened in massachusetts, and in time that's what will happen with the nation. >> that's a big if, right? on a thasnational level, that's big if. >> actually, it's not a big if. we have experience in massachusetts, and it's shown to be not only wildly successful but wildly popular. if we're going to have states be models of democracy, let's not have them be stuck in the lab, let's scale them, and that's exactly what the massachusetts plan does. >> coming up here, we'll talk more about this. some of the bombshell revelations from the 2012 campaign about hillary clinton and governor chris christie. could the news be a game changer for 2016? >>> and later, fall from grace. he was once new york city's top >>> and later, fall from grace. he was once new york city's top cop, ai was ready to serve. i just gotten married. i was right out of school. my family's all
$60,000 in bribes to draw up less that could have resulted in lucrative tax credits from the phony studio. calder own's studio, for example, according to the report, was given a job at the fake studio for which she was paid $30,000, according to the affidavit but never showed up for work. when josh bernstein confronted calder on about the allegations, this is how it went. >> reporter: the fbi says you have received ten offers thousands of dollars in bribes for supporting legislation. >> that's -- that's -- like i said, i'm not going to answer anything right now. >> reporter: you're an elected senator in one of the largest states in the country. don't you think the public has a right to hear from you? >> sure, they will. >> reporter: and when will they hear from you? >> they hear from me all the time in the strict. >> reporter: you're holding up a badge saying this is your get out of jail free card. what did you mean by that? >> i don't know what you were talking about. >> reporter: you were standing right there at the greens in pebble beach. >> please, gentlemen, i'm not going
is trying to solve its obesity problem by applying an 8% tax on high-calorie food. mexican legislators have given the go-ahead to the tax measure, and it now awaits the president's signature. the country is currently ranked number one in a global ranking of obese population. >>> and speaking of obesity, and maybe having a little too much mac and cheese can get you there. guess what? kraft's mac and cheese will actually be getting healthier. the company is making it more nutritious by adding more whole grains to the macaroni. and removing the saturated fats from sodium and artificial food dyes. the revamped recipe will hit store shelves next year. >>> all right. the makers of a popular hot sauce are in hot water with their neighbors. residents say fumes from the chile sauce are making their throats burn and their eyes water, and they want it stopped. straight ahead, our legal guys will weigh in on the spicy legal battle. >>> and in this week's "parts unknown," anthony bourdain travels to tokyo. he says visiting the city changes the way you see in the world, and after dark, it gets a little w
as of december 31st, 2013. it says you may find your premiums you lower due to a new kind of tax credit in the nationalplace, you may qualify for plans -- even though -- isn't available outside of marketplace, the health care law also guarantees that you can choose a new plan outside the marketplace, even if you have a preexisting condition. my point is these insurers either want to keep the people in their -- that work in their policy, or they want to tell them -- they tell them about what's available in the marketplace units if it's available. >> but they have to do that, because the grandfather part of the bill says, if you have a plan that continues on, but the law says they have to find different coverage -- >> better coverage. >> different coverage, whatever that is, for the 50-year-old woman who is writing to me, i'm not going to have any more children -- >> and i don't have a prostate, okay? >> that's fine. so for folks saying they're now going to pay more, because they're not the grandfathering option. that's a myth there, because if a plan changes its coverage, if a plan chang
the year 2025. >> congress votes to raise the hotel tax on wi-fi to $40 per night. >> blackberry discontinues keyboard phone models while touch screen phones have switched to complex 3d imagery technology leaving me no way to communicate with anybody. >> nbc's "today" show again wins the morning's rating award carried by charismatic new cohost steve liesman. >> this has been "squawk horror stories" from the year 2025. the most free research reports, customizable charts, powerful screening tools, and guaranteed 1-second trades. and at the center of it all is a surprisingly low price -- just $7.95. in fact, fidelity gives you lower trade commissions than schwab, td ameritrade, and etrade. i'm monica santiago of fidelity investments, and low fees and commissions are another reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> some of the country's top cfos have weighed in on health care costs, and we have the exclusive results from our cnbc global cfo council survey. 55% said that more than 10% of their expected health care cost incre
out. >> it is. >> but it was $3.30. this is a tax cut for everyone, but it's not good for exxon, as we saw yesterday. >> do you think it's coming back, or no? >> oil? i hope not. >> even walmart said it's a tailwind, but offsed by the headwinds of higher -- >> i'm still forecasting $20 a barrel. i'm hoping for that for our friends in the midwest. let's look at the ten-year note. friends. saudi arabia doesn't even like us any more. 2.56% now on the ten- year. >> you can do it for your friends on the l.i.e. if we get down to 20, we'll -- >> that the. which is you when you rent a car to go out and get a pumpkin. >> this is getting better because germany is messing up with their export driven economy and there's no inflation. in fact, they're going to have to try and engender some inflation. one of the lead stories today is how low inflation in thor row zone is right now, which is, you know, raising the specter of -- and fear of deflation, which isn't good for anybody. i guess we'll go to europe first before we talk about all this other interesting stuff here. >> we have to talk about your
senate to bring that up. how in the world can that be. if you haven't paid your federal taxes, you said, if you want to get a federal contract you should be prohibited from doing that. barack obama the senator agreed with that, i'm agreeing with it now, yet we till can't get that kind of bill done, it's just another symptom of the two sides working together. i want to be that person. i'm a tea party guy but i want to work in a bipartisan way to strive forward but it's just not happening and it's very frustrating. >> at the same time on health care, do you think with all the problems with website, we're all acknowledging and ridiculinridin fact people tell me, i.t. people, if you don't know what is wrong with the code, you're really going to have to start from scratch. they don't know how there's an easy fix to this. at some point if the website works, is it possible republicans in general were wrong, that giving health care to however many million more people is bottom line a good thing? >> i'm not opposed to a website. i am concerned about a website that is not open and transparent, th
pushed ahead with his agenda anyway, passing a budget that cuts taxes for the rich and implements harsh restrictions to reproductive health. at the same time, he has defied his own republican tea party. there are two possibilities of what's going on and they're not mutually exclusive. one is that he's actually standing up against the right wing in ohio because he believes it's wrong and inexcusable to make 270,000 ohioans go without health care. he realizes his first two years in office were far to the right over the ohio electorate. and this is an attempt to move back in line with the public and set himself up for an eventual presidential run. senator, what is your read on the state of play of the politics of medicaid expansion in your state right now? >> complicated, chris, on the one hand, the government should have definitely used political courage, the fourth his gop members in the house and the senate to bring it to the floor for a vote. he refused to do that. they refused to do that. one in six ohioans live in poverty so we need real leadership here. the fact that this was pushed
that's one group. a big chung, 52% will qualify for tax credits on a sliding scale based on household income. but there's this 10% of americans who don't have insurance right now who earn more than 4 times the poverty level so that's about household income for a family of four we're talking about $94,000. so those 10%, the bill for healthcare is going to be steep and could be, you know, 30, 40% more expensive than the government's initial estimate. of the average. >> wow. so why are some that may have private policies going to have to pay more then? >> reporter: you know, like we heard in that package right before this piece under the new law insurance companies must provide a base level of healthcare. well, that means that a lot of the current high deductible plans that offer catastrophic coverage only, they have to be replaced with more comprehensive and by extension more expensive plans. some companies just are not going to be able to provide those plans so approximately 2 million americans have been notified that they will lose their existing coverage. >> jill, is there anything
harry reid alleging mitt romney hadn't paid taxes in nearly a decade? the new book claims his source was jon huntsman sr. >>> stephen colbert tells the nsa to spy, spy away, at least on the vatican. take a look. >> i'm a devout catholic, but i believe the nsa must spy on the vatican. they're tapping the direct line to god. and as i have pointed out, this guy's got a beard, spent a lot of time in the middle east and i keep hearing he's got some plan that for some reason always involves your grandpa dying. [ male announcer ] at humana, understanding what makes you different is what makes us different. we take the time to get to know you and your unique health needs. then we help create a personalized healthcare experience that works for you. and you. and you. with 50 years of know-how, and a dedicated network of doctors, health coaches, and wellness experts, we're a partner you can rely on -- today, and tomorrow. we're going beyond insurance to become your partner in health. humana. is caused by people looking fore traffic parking.y that's remarkable that so much energy is, is wasted.
like head start and meals on wheels. and on the flip side, they want lower taxes for the rich, subsidies for all companies, and they want to gut wall street reform. these are some real weird priorities for people that claim they love america and love the american people. >> and don't forget to add in that they don't want people to have health care. >> that's near the top of the list. >> exactly. i do think it's sad. but it really does reflect an underlying philosophy. and that is the survival of the fittest. and so we don't want to put a hand out to help folks. if you can't make it, then you're out of luck. but when we're talking about food stamps just like you showed at the beginning of the segment is there's a lot of veterans on food stamps. are they saying that they're just sitting around waiting to have a government handout? i think it's a real double standard. and it's a very sad way that the republican party has developed. you know, in addition to cutting, they also want to add on crazy restrictions like you have to have drug testing and you have to work ignoring the fac
consequences. sometimes you see what happens with regulations and tax code stuff. you have to go back in and make what are called technical fixes. back in the days of tip and gipper, maybe if you lost the fight you bring up a bill and say this is neutral to make this work better. . you could get it past both sides. say we want the program to work. that can't happen now. so therefore obama and the executive -- >> explain why. because you can't get the votes to do anything. >> the republicans would use that is as a way to obstruct. they have to do a lot of this with regulations they otherwise wouldn't do. and it's like throwing gum into the -- >> all these fixes they demand now, they had an opportunity to deliver on right before they got the first part of the health care plan through. then they came around reconciliation. they said we're not giving you a single vote. you've got to do it that way. anyway, republicans continue their efforts to undercut the president's authority by blocking two of its nominees for the supreme court. or the appellate court yesterday. the first was mel watt,
increase, the 18 separate taxes or losing their plan. every american will be negatively impacted. i hope the american people wake up and get behind the movement to get rid of the low. >> it's not just the cost. it's the the quality of care. in new hampshire, this one provider, anthem, only provides coverage at 14 of 26 hospitals there. what happens to the people who want to use the other 12 hospitals? this is a quality of care issue, not just cost. >> ron, you're in virginia, right? >> running for congress there. >> ken cuccinelli's numbers are back. >> because of obama care. >> especially because young people are suffering because of the law. young people are suffering. premiums are up 45% for recent grads. 200% for a 30-year-old. we have to reach out and be advocates to fight against the law. we have to defend young americans. what's happening is we are in a recession uh now. we have to stand up. >> how old are you? >> 24. >> i'm 25. >> i'm 51. >> a young person in your 20s nowadays, you have high unemployment. kids are moving back in with their parents. unless your parents pay for eve
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 59 (some duplicates have been removed)